Book Review: Love at First Like

We’re all living life in the digital age—and many of us are loving in it, too.  As I’ve mentioned several times before, I’m no stranger (pun intended) to online dating.  Neither is Eliza, the twenty-something protagonist of Hannah Orenstein’s novel, Love at First Like. Busy running a flourishing jewelry business in fast-paced New York City, […]

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I’m in the Middle Class of Dating

I feel like I’m in the weird, middle-of-the-road section of the dating pool. I’m not some stunning woman with an enviable body. I don’t have a million Instagram followers or strangers sliding into my DMs. I don’t go to bars and have men clamoring to buy me drinks.  But, I also feel like I’m pretty […]

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Are Labels Keeping Us Apart?

I have more questions than answers when it comes to the male brain. But let’s start small today, class… What’s the deal with “labels”? How does one little word cause so much tension and strife? And, my most important question—is that all that’s keeping us apart? As you’ve gathered by now, I don’t have the […]

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Do You Believe in Ghosts?


“Maybe you’re coming on too strong.” “You should play harder to get.” “You’re giving them your phone number too soon.” These are a few of the pieces of dating advice that my friends have tried to give me over the past few months. You see, I keep getting “ghosted.” My parents and older friends have […]

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Dating Duds: Five Guys I’ve Met Online

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Much to our elders’ confusion and dismay, online dating has become the go-to way for our generation to connect with potential partners. The way I see it, our peers are divided into two groups: those that use apps or websites to date, and those that pretend not to use apps or websites to date. From […]

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